Labor Day is known as the final moments of summer. So, before the kids head back to a full-time school schedule, this gives parents one more shot to relax, unwind, and connect with the kids. While school schedules are running somewhat differently this year and social distancing is a new requirement, we’re all learning, you can still have that last chance for memories before the summer ends. Consider camping with the kids! This gives you a chance to do something together while still observing social distancing and keeping everyone safe.
While vacation prep can be stressful, it doesn’t have to be. You can leave the tent and other bulky camping equipment at home and instead, take an RV to the campgrounds. You don’t need to own an RV or even have a lot of money to enjoy their comforts. All you need is a computer or phone to connect with RVshare!
What is RVshare?
RVshare is sort of like a vacation rental service, except instead of renting you a house or apartment, you’re renting an RV. In other words, it’s like the Airbnb of RVs.
Prices are reasonable and there are accommodations to suit most families. You’re able to search by the location where you’ll be camping.
You can even have the RV sent to the campsite so that it’s there, when you get there! Or if you want the experience of driving the RV to your destination, you can do that too.
Is RVShare Expensive?
Prices vary but are often pretty reasonable. It depends on the size of the RV you want to rent, the amenities it has, and where it’s located. Some cities cost more than others, so you might notice some price differences if you check in Dallas and then another city.
Still, you should find that even the luxury Class C Motorhomes are more reasonable than a hotel room. They also give you a better chance to travel while social distancing!
How Does it Work?
It’s actually pretty simple.
Once you visit the RVshare website and head to the area where you want to rent an RV, be it Dallas, or any other city in the country, you’re halfway there. You can search based on price, amenities, and other factors.
Once you find some contenders that might work, you can narrow down the search by checking user reviews of the RV and the overall service.
From there, it’s a matter of booking your choice, letting them know where to drop it off, and going about the rest of your day! It’s as easy as making travel reservations!
So, before you decide to stay home this Labor Day, consider taking the family on one last trip. RVshare is affordable, easy to use, and provides a great service allowing camping to be just a little more comfortable!
If you use RVshare, be sure to let us know your experience!
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